The influx of Arctic air that is affecting our country will last until Friday 14, after which the high pressure of the Azores, increasingly strong and gigantic, will conquer Italy just in conjunction with the weekend. Andrea Garbinato, editor of the website www.iLMeteo.it informs that temperatures will continue to be very cold both during the day and especially at night and in the early morning. Suffice it to say that in the North, in the plains, it will be possible to touch -6 ° C and up to -14 ° C at about 1200m while during the day it will hardly rise above 5-6 ° C. At the Center night values are almost everywhere below zero in Tuscany and Umbria, very close to zero in Lazio as in Rome, during the day instead of no more than 10 ° C. Values a little higher in the South. With the advent of the mega anticyclone, the influx of cold air will cease so the temperatures will also benefit, which during the day will rise up to 12-14 ° C in many cities, while at night the intense frosts will be a memory. This situation will continue with the beginning of next week, after which a new outbreak of Arctic air could arrive with yet another drop in temperatures (roughly around January 21). An irruption that could lead the way to another and more intense influx of freezing air that could affect Italy precisely in the days of the blackbird (29-30-31 January) popularly considered the coldest of the year. IN DETAIL Friday 14th. In the north: good weather. Center: prevailing sun. In the south: sunny. Saturday 15. In the north: partly cloudy skies. Middle: good weather. In the south: more clouds over inland Calabria and northern Sicily. Sunday 16th. In the north: often overcast skies in Liguria, sunny elsewhere. Center: many clouds over northern Tuscany, clear skies elsewhere. In the south: sunny. From Monday the mists return to the north, the good weather continues all over Italy.